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CAMS Ambassadors

Daniel Ricciardo

CAMS is proud to have Formula 1 Red Bull Racing Driver Daniel Ricciardo as Ambassador. Daniel has partnered with CAMS to help promote motor sport. A shining example on the world stage, he is a likeable young man and has outstanding driving ability. As the custodian of all levels of Australian motor sport, CAMS and Daniel are working together to engage with new generations of motor sport. Daniel is the face of a new membership category for junior licence holders including ‘Ricciardo’s Rookies’ and ‘Ricciardo’s Racers’.

Ever smiling, Daniel is pleased to be CAMS Ambassador and do what he can for Australian motor sport.

“… After all it’s something that I love. Being a proud Australian driver I want to promote motor sport among young people. So if I can help by getting more young Australians involved, then that’s great.” - Daniel Ricciardo

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Rising international motor sport star and 2014 Formula Renault 1.6 NEC Champion Anton De Pasquale became a CAMS Ambassador in 2015.

De Pasquale follows in the footsteps of current Formula 1 star and CAMS Ambassador Daniel Ricciardo, making his mark in the Formula Renault World Series, and has been noticed as one of Australia's next open wheel sensations.

"It's great to be announced as a CAMS Ambassador. CAMS has supported my journey overseas over the last couple years and I'm very grateful of that." - Anton De Pasquale.


Cam McConville

Cameron’s role at CAMS includes overseeing many aspects of CAMS motor sport developments, CAMS Academy and also the overall management of the CAMS Australian Formula 4 Championship

A V8 Supercar driver of distinction, Cameron was Driver Development Manager at CAMS before his most recent role with Porsche Carrera Cup as Motor Sport Manager.

“I am a motor sport guy that’s joined a motor sport organisation that is going places and that I am genuinely excited about that.” - Cameron McConville


Karl Reindler

CAMS appointed V8 Supercar driver Karl Reindler as Driver Development Manager in 2013. Reindler is responsible for identifying and nurturing of Australia’s talented younger drivers through the CAMS Driver Development Program which includes CAMS Academy camps.

He is a former open wheel racer who spent time racing in Europe and also in Australia’s highest category, the V8 Supercar Championship.


Chelsea Angelo

Chelsea represents CAMS as she continues to develop her open wheel racing career.

Chelsea is a talented driver and is a great role model for other young girls and boys who are looking to make their dreams come true in motor sport.

Angelo is an accomplished open wheel racer, having competed in the Victorian and Australian Formula Ford and Formula 3 Championships.